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Eccentric! Chef Moon K-drama: Plot, Cast, and Details

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Eccentric! Chef Moon is Channel A’s newest K-drama starring K-pop boy group Shinhwa’s Eric Mun and Go Won Hee in the leading roles.

Also known as Yoobyeolna! Chef Moon, the romantic comedy drama is directed by Choi Do Hoon and written by Kim Kyung Soo and Jung Yoo Ri. The mini-series is produced by Glovic Entertainment and Story Networks. It tells the unique story of world-famous fashion designer Yoo Bella, who has lost her memories.

The drama was supposed to premiere on March 6 but the date was postponed by three weeks due to the COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea.

“Eccentric! Chef Moon” poster. (HanCinema)

Eccentric! Chef Moon Plot & Characters

Popular star chef Moon Seung Mo (played by Eric Mun) is the only heir of the 80-year old traditional Pungcheonok pork soup restaurant. His restaurant is known for using organic ingredients instead of processed food made with MSG and such stuff in most restaurants. Moon decides to move to the quiet and tiny Seoha Village after his parents die in a fire.

On the other hand, we have Yoo Yoo Jin (played by Go Won Hee), who goes by the name Yoo Bella. She is a renowned fashion designer until she gets into an unexpected accident which causes her to lose her memory. She becomes a different person due to this and decides to move to Seoha Village too just like Moon. She meets Chef Moon there and the two begin to see each other and even decide to move in together.


Eccentric! Chef Moon Cast

Eric Mun As Moon Seung Mo
Go Won Hee As Yoo Yoo Jin
Cha Jung-Won As Im Hyun A
Jang Jae Ho As Kang Joon Soo
Ahn Nae Sang As Im Cheol Yong
Gil Hae Yeon As Jang Sun Young
Choi Kwang Je As Bang Da Hoon
Joo Jong Hyuk As Choi Gun Woo
Lee Seung Yeon As Han Mi Young
Cha Chung Hwa As Pi Gon Sook
Song Young Jae As Grandpa Bong Doo
Ko Do Yeon As Seol A
Kim Jung Hwa As Yoo Hyo Myung


When Will Eccentric! Chef Moon Release?

Eccentric! Chef Moon was supposed to premiere on Match 6, 2020, but the date was pushed back by 3 weeks due to the coronavirus epidemic in Korea. The new update for the show is Friday, March 27, 2020, on Channel A. The show will air twice weekly on Friday and Saturday. It is set for 16 episodes.

Where to Watch Eccentric! Chef Moon Online?

While the show can be streamed on Channel A’s website in Korea, for viewers outside Korea Rakuten Viki has picked up the show for streaming with English subtitles. It is region locked, however, so not everyone will be able to view it. In case the show is not licensed for your region, we recommend using a VPN or a proxy.

You can check out the teaser below: